There was no surprise. The last Pole was dropped out in Melbourne

Katarzyna Kawa and Aliona Bolsova resisted the favorites only in the first set. The Polish woman and the Spanish tennis player finished their doubles performance in the WTA 250 tournament in Melbourne.

Łukasz Iwanek

Łukasz Iwanek

Katarzyna Kawa

Press materials / Lotos PZT Polish Tour / In the photo: Katarzyna Kawa

In Melbourne, three Polish tennis players with foreign partners played in doubles. Alicja Rosolska and Katarzyna Piter were eliminated in the first round. Katarzyna Kawa and Aliona Bolsova played in the quarter-finals on Thursday. Polish and Spanish succumbed to Irina-Camelia Begu and Nina Stojanović. The Romanian and the Spanish were seeded number three.

Kawa and Bolsova resisted the favorites only in the first set. There was one breakthrough in it, which they got in the 10th game. In the second game and the super tie break, the Polish and the Spanish player scored a total of nine points.

In 69 minutes, Kawa and Bolsova only used one of the six break points. Begu and Stojanović turned three out of four into a breakthrough. Rumunka and Serbka took 59 out of 101 points played (58.4%).

In Melbourne, Kawa also participated in the Singles Qualifiers. She lost the chances for the main ladder after the first match after the defeat of the Japanese Nao Hibino. The Polish woman in the WTA Tour can boast of one final. She achieved it in a 2019 single in Jurmala (Latvia).

Melbourne Summer Set 2, Melbourne (Australia)
WTA 250, hard court, prize pool of 239.4 thousand. dollars
Thursday, January 6

doubles quarterfinal:

Irina-Camelia Begu (Romania, 3) / Nina Stojanović (Serbia, 3) – Aliona Bolsova (Spain) / Katarzyna Kawa (Poland) 4-6, 6-0, 10-3

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